Monday 4 July 2016

Three Welsh farmhouses with extras


We're in Wales today. Not literally of course, although I was there a week ago (Talacre beach is yummy). Anyway, today Wales and a bunch of farmhouses.
The one above and below comes with some useful-looking stone farm buildings. It's not the biggest farmhouse - two reasonable-size bedrooms plus a third tucked into the eaves, and the kitchen's small.

However, it's in a lovely location (about eight miles from Carmarthan) and comes with around a third of an acre, plus those buildings:

Access is a via a farm track which cuts through another bit of land, for sale separately. That could be an issue if you didn't buy that extra bit of land, but you do have right of way across the track.

On the market at £175k, via Gerald Vaughan. Details and more pictures here and here.
The farmhouse below, at Llanybydder about six  miles from Lampeter, also has a not-quite third bedroom. However the boxroom 'bedroom' would be more usefully converted into a bathroom because the house doesn't have one.

It's also missing some bits of of ceiling and walls. It's a wreck, though not the wreckiest wreck we've seen. (By the way, loving the Charles & Di drip bucket in this first photo..).

Brookland House comes with a decent-sized garden area, including this brick-built workshop:

The Property is up for auction through John Francis on July 15th, with a guide price of £55k. Details and more pix here and here.
Finally, Hill View, near Llangwm about six miles from Haverfordwest, also needs a fair bit of work but does at least have a (downstairs) bathroom:

It's not the prettiest of houses and that damp-looking room is a concern, but the location is lovely and it comes with half an acre of land.

On the market through JJ Morris at offers around £185k. Details here and here.